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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

jER( LA4 BOR FOR ; e1;d Trades 6o r -'c ing the :-. tCward state -,-· a a n : e- ofu cle .i t :. in th. .ir. Dem - ra .;L :cy :fr ers, these ' nreparirg to in ,rica. Here fro their pro'la. nur fwrstre n titutions can cný pr e erTred by constant vigi snee, a1 ii this hour, when the ates of or ;ý-,'e aro distracted by the excitr*15 t a'te4ipnant on the iu coarý heible oata ism of war, the S. aint.atn:in our demoertiac ij sthutions at home fails with in3reased emphasis o] those who have remas ed at home. 'We believe the time has some .r organized labor to make its inflaese felt in raatters of national and state legislation which affect the interestse of organized labor, and also in such aatters which affect the interest of al those people outside of organized labor who by labor of hand or brain, or the legitimate employment of capi tl without any monoply or other pri i!lege, contribute to the production of the wealth of the country! + tI N N ; ++ ++++ + UNCLE SAM TAKES + + OVER STOCKYA...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

THE PRODUCERS .NEWo A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, iBY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postoffice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879, CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918 Real Aid to the Enemy The attempt of certain reaction aries in the Unitd States senate to tie the hands of the president in di plomatic affairs, is about the worst move to interfere with the prosecu tion of the war the cou...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

POOR MARY By MILDRED WHITE ppyright, 1918, Western Newspaper Unl..) Jack Townsend's father sent him out to ellington to purchase a fruit farm ..providing that farm should be as promising as its advertisement. \\Vhere ?"-asked Jack, of the ten. pt, "shall I be able to get a meal in this dead hole? The thing 'they call gotel, isn't i\nviting." "Sorry my wife is too busy moving to acconuiodate you," answered Graves, the tenant, "but perhaps Mrs. U-itby will. You'd be sure of a good meal there; she is particular about having her guests recommended, so I will speak for you over the 'phone." .*Sel, ms to be all right," he said, returning presently. "First house at the foot of the hill." "Mrs. Maltby was not at home," a neat maid told him. "Her husband who was deaf had misunderstood the message." Jack cast an approving glance at the girl who waited in the doorway; she was good to look upon in her trim, dark blue dress with its white collar and cuffs. The ruffled apron and perkish cap, gave...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

In this lit of -MF names of coph4tt eeraft n appear. tmef ,t large registration ..i . nSepltember ' 12 last. Some of : hah"ilisted may have been cae.l fo xamins tion already. The Producers N~will publish a similar list of n Bch week un til the entire list of .s e 4~066 havei been printed. This paer has already ,)published 870 names, 1 only news paper in the county tht has printed this; large registration list. F'oi!owing is the list of names an._ and addresses of the new selectives, among whom .you may ,find many frice,:' and perhaps a relative: G69 hIugene\Rai ell Long, Poplar (;1 G rret La M ar, Froid 'L August Kersmo, Waska 673 Frank Henry Corbin, Poplar 674 Hans Siljenberg, Kahle (3' Henry Richmond Brooks, Pasco, Sask., Can: ;1; John Olaf Hanson, Wolf Point 677 Otis Albert, Wolf Point 6' 8 Willard Otis. Clayton, Wolf Point i 679 Elmer Malvon Gabrielson, West by 680 Kasar Whitarian' Wolf Point 681 Oscar Clipton Vial, Poplar 682 John James Farrell, Daleview 683 Eddie Larsen, Culbe...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

?0IDENT FO THOU II OUR WASHIwOTý i ý Y_ýý Lýic '"U aý'i; 4, "l aý Eiýý ýý., WILSith TAC?1C1 ARE UAYINýt j goFo E 1FFECT ON ENEMtj EOPLES _ tACTIONARIES At' lEý I . ;kRONG CAMPAIGN L.i, \WAR AIMS AND TO . .1... . C.--President Wil9 , the Hohenzollern -n: out of -Germany S . allied arms, is' ci'a: shington to mark I .....f the revolutionary - an . v He has made1 ;ibFe for either mi.ly, or -any of in the junker andi m- rmain on Ger - ichstag majority! S . t peace is more :- acy. The next witness the be .c rmigration of the -caso. Some will w. hich hitherto ,of Russian and . Others vill go -< s to Sweden to nut of the liberal ,lie in Germany. "eek to hide their S : n"akedness in SFreanch revolu- { . -I !" s of fleeitg nobility . e'co-,: to Gero.any and Eng S n. I~I'Ny came to .ia a ilt feadal counity i C-nada and in the region ::Go: and Lake Chamlplain.I L': t!he icft France, fearing the gil otine. .en the Ru~.-an revolution came on. t!: world was at war, and the on:: places of easy ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

i ··· a .~~ B. R wP 4 ý *. John C. De s s f-Ia.i er, was in tovu · haiag tt ter his businem WOUNIN. Ed Iverson, of A. lop.S, wai among the masy eshsha s visitors in Fle rttywood 164t PmIAty. Mrs. E. C. WWilao, a resident of near Whiteti3, a Ibsineas visitor at the county seat Mosiday. Poplar Staiduad-Geo. Kelly of this city wa-W a ptywlood visitor the latter part of i.t k , hak. - .. John Nelsae, manager of the Farmers Elevator Co, of Comertowa, was in Plentywood last Friday. A. N. Oswald, who lives about four miles east of PlePtywood, has been ill with the "'a" during the pwast week. Henry Walder, aecompeaned by Mrs. ZallU id kti Grove, all of Outlook, wr e P litrsn at the county captiol Fridy loast Mr. and Mrs W. A. Clark and Mon, and Mr. and I s. Gu Wigatore, of Redstone, sr.otored to Plentywood Monday. Ole Wold and Oscar Wagnild, farm ers of the Outlook district, were in the city Tuesday waiting for election returns and visiting. Mrs. Walter Pickett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boa...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

y, .LY{, .iC . .> ...i.. ... . WwY' "2 -. 'ý ,. 6ý, •ý ... oiY ý , ~yý _ ý ..t lg ýGS PAPER SAND READ ALL THE NEWS A~~~~~ P"_ O T RO VOLUME CO Y V iý -* le ...I l g a a ggig gg i S M ~ m lMM ll P*P p e sor cTYTWAOIIDn MCiU MI T ID ma -. . ..-. . _ - . IWOOD CUT OUT IIFFER VICTORY DAY All Sheridan county celebrated on [oday when the news of Germa s surrender was given out over state by Governor S. V. Stew about 11 o'clock that morning. Plentywood people started the ball immediately after the an cement of the armistice was and they kept up the celebra until early Tuesday morfaing. r Gunther lifted the lid and the city wide open for all the that could be had, and there was a lot of it Monday ip Plen. he school children and their rs marched through the first, followed by a proces of local and out of town auto filled with people blowing and whistles and waving flags. In the afternoon, the few members remain in the local band, gath together at the depot and head another parade, marchin...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

TRYIY W MONTANA GRAIN LWAY -COMMISSION UNDER AKES TO STRAIGHTEN OUT TANGLE. The state railway commission is trying to straighten out the grain situation for the farmers of the state, who have complained to the board that their grain is not ae cepted by the railways and delivered at mills and elevators, but in some cases is allowed to lie and rot in the fields. Investigation reveals that the rail way admimstration is blocking the movement of grain. There are plen ty of cars, according to reports made to the board, as stated by Chairman Dan Boyle, but they cannot be us A because the railway administration regulates the movement of 'the grain by permits and the permits are not being granted. The mills and elevators may be choked with grain, but if that is the case, the movement through those institutions should be accelerated. It has been said there is a lack of ships for transport of grain to Europe, and hence that causes the blockade. Whatever is the cause the Mon tana farmers are ge...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

ppressed Exammers Report For 1917 (Continued from page One) CLAIM NO. 7173, FAVOR OF P. SEI, COUNTY COMMISSION FOR $404.90, IS SUBJECT TO ~ SAME CRITICISM. CLAIM NO. 7174, FAVOR OF '. WEINRICH, COUNTY COM sSIONERR, FOR $269.50, IS SUB. jF TO THE SAME CRITICISM AS ABOVE CLAIM, AND FOR rlTER CRITICISM, L E, EX p~SE ITEMS ARE NOT SUF rcENTLY ITEMIZED. The following claims of deputy as orws, are not legally itemized: m No. 7236, favor of J. W. Ator .................. .............. $50.00 SNo. 7237, favor of 0. A. As petand ...------------. -------.......... 50.00 No. 7244, favor of Asa Barnes ........................-.... 50.00 No. 7268, favor of 'R. p. Dickey ................................ 50.00 m No. 7285, favor of T. R. Forbes --........----------------------.......---- 50.00 No. 7289, favor of Fred Gaze ....................................... 40.00 C No. 7298, favor of Jno. 0. Hanson ......... .............. 43.33 . No. 7300 favor of H. B. ill .......................................

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

A" UHt*f ER OI. SOctobeF t ), 1 11 tbhe Poetoffie at Pl 2Act of M h 3, fi S+ B 5. TAYLOR. Editor, and Manager. Advertising rates Viip- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advadnce, ducers News, Box 5f7, $2.00; si "ths 1.2. .. .Pleea ywood, Montana. Quask;' fruls atIrplib*rmsar. not knaindi arartia." andwe will take it as a favor if any rader iill advise us promptly shopld they have occasion to doubt or questiin the reltablIty of any, firm which patronizes, our advertising columns. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918 The LgueHas Made Good The first t~e the tfarmer came la; contact with a Nonpartisan league worker he heard the promise: "If you will join with your brother farm ers in this organization, with finan cial support and willingness to work with other farmers, the farmers can have more to say about the conditions under which they live. We will put farmer-labor eandidates in the field and work for their election. That was. the big promise. A...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

!ýPLE -TY .WO D,. -- 4w ~ - - y | I ` ia- AUKnsBowling Alleys t-andLAccessoriAs PLENTYWOOD, MONTAA ?LENTYWOOD, MONTANA PLENTTYWOOD, MONTANAP +A: - . ur National Holiday MONTANA MOTOR COMPANY Ou N o H d a R. E. Lang . R. E. GUSTAPSON Thexe a.r h.lidays and holidays. dent's proclamation, and the d4y so LELAND HOTEL PLENTYWOOD T. & B. CO. .Chriptma and. News Years ate co- named is also named by the states. JOHN F. PHELPS, Mgr. Ford Cars and D Detst mopolita--are ,the property of no A commendable features of this Geo. Koenig, Prop. Fordson Tractors particular people, ut yet are oy- holiday is a practical benevolence General Merchandise and Parts PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA ously observed by . . But Thanks- which has become very notable. Poor PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA " giving ia parely . American hola- people to whom a good dinner is a PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA day, original c`c6eption and grow- rarity, are hunted nut, and in an un ing from a small beginning until it ostentatious wa...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

II FARMERS' - PDW STORAGE .FOR The Montana te ' Cou.cil of Defense has been ptitSloned by the Glasgow Chamber of C(arce to aid in efforts beitl miad to give Montana farmers relt from the present graip blokade in tAe state, which is costinglsthe fapaers much money and causiag a ds-truction of wheat that carnot be harvested be cause it canno.j e moved. Secretary Gree..eld of the couin cil has received a statement from the Glasgow Chamber, saying that elexators belonglag to the Montana Dakota Elevator company and the Imperial Elevator company and lo cated in Valley county are . empty, and could be used to store the grain, if Director McAdoo could be induced to allow the railways to move it to them. The petition says: May Be Distress. "There is a large amount of wheat being marketed #t Glasgow and other railroad points that can not be handled by the grain houses, due to the present car shortage. Two thirds of the farmers haul their grain a distance of 40 to 60 miles and it is necessary ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

IE STRUGGLE FOR ABROAD A A4ki. .-&T i OUR WASHINGTO:N LTTER. pesident at Grips With Foreign Im ialists---Ex-Senator Hansbor. 0ugh Exposes Undemocratic Atti tode of Senate Standpatters---How Ioosevelt Knuckled to Har.iester Trust - Shipworkers Send Wire pledging Support to the President, Washington, D. C.-As this letter i being written President Wilson is ,t grips with what imperialist sen timent there may be among the mem lers of the entente governments. The conservatives do not, apparently, ap proe of his fundamental program for the terms of peace. Administra tion officials are pledged to silence as to just what is transpiring be hind those locked doors at Versailles, even in the light bits of information they receive, but through the stoutest ,locks there filters a web of hints and drcumstances which makes it evident that at least three of his. points are challenged. These are the demand that there shall be no economic or ummercial alliances among any group of nations, except ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 November 1918

44 , * ,r- ^ , ° aý7!ýºy e x r,,",,~, i ý .. ýý--sý -- 4 T a bnutsh ,id *yT ..stu day. ,. J. E. an , of Outlook and .i v siton in Plentywos week. Mr. and Ma. A t ad childreni of y were visitors in ..atu day. E. E.Enear Outlook, was many bust ness visitors l. ihty capitol Banker A.' .b A. G( ielant nett, of Outlook, were on busi ness - -Th ..r .. Henry Wal4dAr ;F of the Lqague boosters of T look country, called at the- N fie. while in town Tuesday:: A daughter ..was bn to Mr. and Mrs: Earl HBI, . i Dooley, on last 'riday morni -, other and child are doing ; iodf. *s * The local s'e ~penod Monday of this week.4ttr haviug been closed for several eei .O account of the influenza epideic. After a rseal .ttm. with the "flu" which lasted ,way a week, Chas. E. Taylor has fully a.oered and Is back at wo4 Lqi~ week~ : n.Hans .m ' George White and Martin Bjerhe,. all f.rmers who re side in the Outlook district, visited in the city Thursday of this week. Antelope aNs well' represented " liere on...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

A PAE .. r . ROMOTER Vol VI Number 15 OLUME I. ~~PLENTYWO(b, S 4 R D O J A A R D Y N V M E 2 98 U B R 3 Y HAVE CANNED CO. AGENT ANDERSON icultural Agent, Being too Honest to Par ticipate in Defrauding the County, Can ned Bf"Three Blind Men" Iews reached this office, that Coun igricultural Agent Anderson has "canned" by "Efficiency" Jim and the "Three Blind Men Bombay." 4 Agent Anderson is a mm to mach honesty of purpose and ess of character to be al to remain in the office of Coun Ant It is claimed that he is a to the complete looting of farmers by the "loyalty league," tat the honorable board of coun *ssioners and their boss, J. F. have decided to put the under him while the chance is Nothing cad be allowed to between the paytriots and loy amd the filching of the last pen the taxpayerk out of the coun er, and County Agent An was an obstacle. He has been the Producers News printed SCOUTS MAKE + SPLENDID SLEUTHS York, Nov. 21.-With the re f a telegram from Secretary Nvy Daniels by th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

OWuNT ROUNDUP Interesting C[eaty Itees Fremr Our Exchanges and Readers WESTBY Howard Kempt has won his Ser- se geant stripes in France. W Ellsworth Morrison left the hos pital this week and is out on the farm. W Mr. and Mrs. Golka and son re- lii turned Monday from a visit east. to Henry Reliter went to bed late yes- ci terday afternoon, hoping it was just w a headache. The Red Cross will put on a sale ri Tuesday, Nov. 26, at the Danish is church. Everybody invited. I Oscar Negaard and son are out of L the hospital, being among the first to 3 enter the hospital. Supt. White of the Northland Ele- C vator line was in the city this week! F on an inspection trip. Mrs. M. M. Fischer, Fresno, Cal., a is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. r Sorenson, and will probably remain for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Simpkins re- a turned from Minot where they were c called by the death of A. P. Slocum. f August Engstrand returned Thurs day from Minneapolis where he was ( called by the illness of...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

Rule of - Not Wanted by7 yGS WILL BA AOI)WA JCIIEDIT GAINS BY T j G CLASSES ABROAD. .t (By W. G. Roylance) Peace has come with the 'ai the armistice, and central Eurog, ablaze with revolution-"red" re. tion, as our own reactionary describes it. This same rese. ory press a few days ago was warning us that we had no assurance that the new government in Gels y really represented the people. Now they are attempting to prepare the public mind for a propaganda to sow that the German revolution is bolshevist, and therefore to be op p in the interest of all that is sae and sane and respectable. Our piutocratic classes doubtless were sincere in their support of a War to the bitter end with Germany. There oy even have been an element of grity in their professions of friendliness to a revolution that would overthrow the autocracy; bit what they wanted and hoped for Vas a thoroughly respectable, frock osat and high-hat revolution.,. that would have chief regard for the "sa ced rights of propert...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

n. ,4h Advertising rates onap plication. S $gecr~ui r x ofle year, IR~av pieC, $2400; si month. $1.%5. tis 3 tiywaiodVM *i', Quack. jeaudulbt amd ittgspgrb*ý a act r .W1? a6.Am wa wE rtae It as s ftvwi eit ariter OII e~Ia 1c,u6pwt ge bobm~ doubt or queutlem the rdiblt tt am a Am, whMbte~& js d~~um s ou . FRIDAY, . i'OVE MR 22, IMS6 "Patriotic" Mr. Lundberg 'efollowing article is a sample dt several' atticles along the same strabl *H&tten 4up a "super-patriot" know; to his neighbors by the name of Fre4 Lundt erg, who resides two or three miles east of Plentywood, and agpdar. ing in several county papers. This article was published in the Plent) wood "Pie-Near" Press. Mr. Editor: On my way home from Plentywood last Saturday evening I met Dorman'; right hand man, Mr. E. E. York. As it was getting dusk, ne evidently mistook me for a mem ber of the Nonpartisan " League. He stopped his car, the lights from the car glaring in my face, made his ap proach and accosted me saying, "my ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

~owing is a letter to the Pzo News with a clipper' (r .deid Tribune which will ecp1 peg Tharticle from the Froid Tribune answer to a "yellow dog" at the editor of the Froid fibre which appeared in the Pic. er pess of Plentywood. 1'e fact that the attack was spot Td by Joe Dolin will be explana tion rough for people acquainted 11th the life and adventures of that atlemaln. Froid, Montana. Nov. 190.1918. 'tor producers News, tywood, Montana. r Sir: enclose You an article which is .pd from the Froid Tribune of 15th, regarding Jos. Dolin of or city and one A. W. Killam of id. As a reader of your valuable lication I, with many others of thi ýmmnitý would be pleased to have oucoPY the article, and if you do nob to copy all of it, give this man .arm anU Dohin what they have ImP to nm. Neither one is ught anything of here, as for Do we cm t know =o much about, but nn Kialam has not even the re of the cur dogs hereabouts. The 4 in the Ti ibune article where the tor refers to "our local denti...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

limWi a r x y -AL ý ý .. x ~yý ;f ýs tr ýý the a d: a> . the pms6ngagae last twi )9SZL 1t Whew w to les*a e =pehi, "re dw swel t "Fia .. :1 .h usfsIh has stt" w Umo YeOMe eag to see I age6 development of this eiscttv ltlase. of the commra people. In North Dakot the Jeags 'e again carried im state tiket. It has increased is resrenstatiof tn the% ae sembly. It has for the fairt time s* cured control of the reams ;. over members of whiA wer able e block much - mn l pin 1917 session, 'i re prblibem al ut congbressmenh as -op Posed to the am It h4-porou4. It has seemd as p lace iu the . preme court t e flid the gear. tbW has passe- eneitic l m ments which open the way ti ste Live laws in the tmI of the *e. ple. The Noith Pakot peple had tw. years a by real ple and they #hu d tinr appreel3. tion of the pow orde by their votes. GAINS IN Nx.W1TAT , O taide of North Dakota the League 'and labor badp secured ,'4i 100 state legisgythre, Wh, wil mle the interests t se cisasses heats in the l...

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